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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58547659

The CMOs said, "on balance", the benefits in reducing disruption and the harm it caused, including to mental health, provided "sufficient extra advantage" to warrant extending vaccination to healthy children in this age group.

They said poorer children had been hit hardest by the pandemic and could gain the most from vaccination.

Government trying to reduce benefits payouts (again).

And the rationale for jabbing kids which conveniently ignores all side effects except myocarditis-

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The mass media always like to give the impression these 'vaccines' only ever have one serious side effect to worry about.

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2 minutes ago, BossCrow said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-58547659

The CMOs said, "on balance", the benefits in reducing disruption and the harm it caused, including to mental health, provided "sufficient extra advantage" to warrant extending vaccination to healthy children in this age group.

They said poorer children had been hit hardest by the pandemic and could gain the most from vaccination.

Government trying to reduce benefits payouts (again).

And the rationale for jabbing kids which conveniently ignores all side effects except myocarditis-

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The mass media always like to give the impression these 'vaccines' only ever have one serious side effect to worry about.

 

Everyone I spoke to are only aware of very mild side effects, when I say that people have gone blind and become disabled they refuse to accept it. 

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5 minutes ago, SimonTV said:

 

Everyone I spoke to are only aware of very mild side effects, when I say that people have gone blind and become disabled they refuse to accept it. 

Yes, same here. And many people seem unaware that the chances of having a side effect increase with every jab they get.

 

Also the term 'rare' means between 1 in 10,000 and 1 in 1000. Not something I've ever seen explained in the MSM.

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16 minutes ago, vinny79 said:

There we go
Whitty confirms that kids over 12 can consent.

 

fucking cunt

So a 12-year-old can consent to the jab. Can they consent to plastic surgery? How about consent to have sex? There's a reason the law protects minors, and that's to save them from the machinations of ghouls like Whitty. However, thanks to Victoria Gillick, the test is this:

'As a matter of Law the parental right to determine whether or not their minor child below the age of sixteen will have medical treatment terminates if and when the child achieves sufficient understanding and intelligence to understand fully what is proposed."

 

Does that test provide enough scope? There are plenty of precocious 12 years olds thanks to the stuff available on the internet. Whitty knows this, and he's clearly been advised that he's on solid ground. He also knows that NHS poisoners will easily coerce an underage kid who wants to feel all-grown up.

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1 minute ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

So a 12-year-old can consent to the jab. Can they consent to plastic surgery? How about consent to have sex? There's a reason the law protects minors, and that's to save them from the machinations of ghouls like Whitty. However, thanks to Victoria Gillick, the test is this:

'As a matter of Law the parental right to determine whether or not their minor child below the age of sixteen will have medical treatment terminates if and when the child achieves sufficient understanding and intelligence to understand fully what is proposed."

 

Does that test provide enough scope? There are plenty of precocious 12 years olds thanks to the stuff available on the internet. Whitty knows this, and he's clearly been advised that he's on solid ground. He also knows that NHS poisoners will easily coerce an underage kid who wants to feel all-grown up.

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Wait until the roll out the free ice cream under police guard like they did in Canada.

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I did hear one interesting theory as to why Covid thing kicked off which I haven't heard yet. That it was started to control what was becoming the uncontrollable civil unrest that had been occurring across the globe - most importantly in China/Hong Kong where over a million were protesting and the Chinese government couldn't do anything to stop it. Covid - Lockdown - new rules - wham bam - no more unrest. Same in India etc where there were massive civil unrests....

 

 

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47 minutes ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

So a 12-year-old can consent to the jab. Can they consent to plastic surgery? How about consent to have sex? There's a reason the law protects minors, and that's to save them from the machinations of ghouls like Whitty. However, thanks to Victoria Gillick, the test is this:

'As a matter of Law the parental right to determine whether or not their minor child below the age of sixteen will have medical treatment terminates if and when the child achieves sufficient understanding and intelligence to understand fully what is proposed."

 

Does that test provide enough scope? There are plenty of precocious 12 years olds thanks to the stuff available on the internet. Whitty knows this, and he's clearly been advised that he's on solid ground. He also knows that NHS poisoners will easily coerce an underage kid who wants to feel all-grown up.

 

The UK Government are a disgrace.

 

Kids listen to the Grange Hill cast:

 

 

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Pharmaceuticals - up to $1bn (£720m)

Big pharma companies have had their fair share of expensive fines, mainly for advertising the use of drugs for purposes not approved by government, called 'off-label marketing'.

GlaxoKlineSmith

In 2012, GlaxoSmithKline paid £782million in criminal damages for failure to disclose safety data and off-label marketing and £1.45billion in civil charges. The case covered a variety of miss-marketed drugs including antidiabetic, Avandia.

Pzifer

In 2009 the company paid a $2.3billion fine for false claims in one of the biggest fraud settlements in US history.

Pfizer Inc pleaded guilty to a US criminal charge relating to promotion of its now-withdrawn Bextra pain medicine.

The world’s biggest drugmaker was slapped with huge fines by the US government after being deemed a repeat offender in pitching drugs to patients and doctors for unapproved uses. Pfizer’s marketing team promoted Bextra for acute pain, surgical pain and other unapproved uses, while its salesforce promoted the drug directly to doctors for those unapproved uses and dosages, according to the US Department of Justice.

Johnson & Johnson

In 2013 Johnson & Johnson paid 1.4bn for the same offence. At the time, Associate Attorney General Tony West, said: "When companies put profit over patients’ health and misuse taxpayer dollars, we demand accountability.” “In addition to significant monetary sanctions, we we help ensure the playing field is level for all market participants.”

Abbot Laboratories

In 2012, US company Abbot Laboratories were hit with with a $1.5billion fine for unlawful promotion of the prescription drug Depakote. Abbott pleaded guilty to misbranding Depakote by promoting the drug to control agitation and aggression in elderly dementia patients and to treat schizophrenia when neither of these uses was approved by governing bodies. They failed to demonstrate that adding Depakote was any more effective than an atypical antipsychotic alone for that use. At the time of the trial, the FDA - the Food and Drug Administration only approved the drug for three uses: epileptic seizures, bipolar mania and the prevention of migraines.

Eli Lilly

Three years earlier, in 2009, Eli Lilly was issued with a $1.4billion fine on similar charges. It came after they pleaded guilty to promoting Zyprexa for such off-label or unapproved uses as treatment for dementia, including Alzheimer’s dementia, in elderly people.

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30 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I did hear one interesting theory as to why Covid thing kicked off which I haven't heard yet. That it was started to control what was becoming the uncontrollable civil unrest that had been occurring across the globe - most importantly in China/Hong Kong where over a million were protesting and the Chinese government couldn't do anything to stop it. Covid - Lockdown - new rules - wham bam - no more unrest. Same in India etc where there were massive civil unrests....

 

 

Growing Populism and the Uk leaving the E.U. I suspect Covid was a reaction against these and similar forms of global resistence.

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1 hour ago, Nemuri Kyoshiro said:

So a 12-year-old can consent to the jab. Can they consent to plastic surgery? How about consent to have sex? There's a reason the law protects minors, and that's to save them from the machinations of ghouls like Whitty. However, thanks to Victoria Gillick, the test is this:

'As a matter of Law the parental right to determine whether or not their minor child below the age of sixteen will have medical treatment terminates if and when the child achieves sufficient understanding and intelligence to understand fully what is proposed."

 

Does that test provide enough scope? There are plenty of precocious 12 years olds thanks to the stuff available on the internet. Whitty knows this, and he's clearly been advised that he's on solid ground. He also knows that NHS poisoners will easily coerce an underage kid who wants to feel all-grown up.

Reading the gillick test on nhs a minute ago. Clearly states that there is no exact method of determination. So basically they make it up as they go along

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-58515311


 

More than 120 politicians and heads of state are expected for the three-day world leaders' summit at the start of the conference. 

The Queen, the Pope and President Joe Biden intend to be there

 

Come on taliban, fire up dem blackhawks and pay em a visit!

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22 minutes ago, SiliconPsychosis said:

Growing Populism and the Uk leaving the E.U. I suspect Covid was a reaction against these and similar forms of global resistence.

And a global/cross-cultural collective flowering of Humanities interdimensional/spiritual  awakening of our true nature. It's a now or never to enslave Us for eternity in a holographic tech gulag before we "woke up" and the invisible electric fence that's manifest around our collective subconscious and planet for millennia cracked allowing the Multiverses and Light frequencies to became prevalent - a hundredth monkey syndrome.. Dark Forces won't give up this prime real estate that easily.. they've been sucking at teat for a long time and gorging themselves sick right now in the dread they will loose us.

 

 

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Channelled material from 1990 - more relevant today than ever

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/pleyades/esp_pleyades_15a.htm

Your Aura and 12 Chakras: Keys to the Kingdom - Ascension Now

hence the crazy rush to mRNA/unplug us....

 

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18 minutes ago, SiliconPsychosis said:

Growing Populism and the Uk leaving the E.U. I suspect Covid was a reaction against these and similar forms of global resistence.

Interesting thesis. Mine all along has been it's about profits and the implementation and control of the new monetary system. But I think it's possible a whole host of problems caused this to be their chosen solution.

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4 minutes ago, Bombadil said:

Reading the gillick test on nhs a minute ago. Clearly states that there is no exact method of determination. So basically they make it up as they go along

Yep. The House of Lords made sure it was ambiguous to give doctors leeway. Victoria Gillick was painted as a prudish fanatic by the press for daring to insist that her daughter should not be given any form of contraception absent her parental consent. She was pilloried at the time and I think Lord Scarman opted for safety. Little could he foresee that the medical establishment would use his judgment to force experimental vaccines on kids. Such a thing was unthinkable back then.

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In the very unlikely event that kids of this age can make an independently researched, informed decision, peer pressure and as mentioned above the lure of cheap gifts will trap some of the others.  I'm sure this is known, and very welcomed by the planners.

 

The fact that this has been normalised in such a short amount of time is fucking nuts.  With round the clock propaganda and daily reminders, it seems you can achieve nearly anything.

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